Casa da Noca Artesanato e Bistrô

Casa da Noca Artesanato e Bistrô

Nuporanga - São Paulo / Palacete Centenário, com mostragem de objetos do período, além de artesanatos e um bistrô, com gostinho de boas lembranças do passado.
Casa da Noca Artesanato e Bistrô
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White ornaments on a simple wood plank constructed tree...

(Alternative Tree Party) Méchant Design: for a white and wood christmas. Love the beauty in this alternative christmas tree and its sustainable message, what objects could you imbue with new life around your house or garden?

Porta chaves

DIY Key Rack From Old Keys- i do have an extensive collection of old keys that i dont know what to do with is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about home decor related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.

Porta Chaves feito com talheres

ROCK ON x PEACE x LOVE Special Collector set 3 Silverware Coat Hooks From jjevensen Three Silver plated forks are bent with a special technique to give a stylish coathook.

Bixby Cabinet in Weathered Wood, Mustard, Black, and White. This could be done with scrapbooking papers, wallpaper samples, or different colors of paint.

Weathered two-door cabinet with textured panels and one interior shelf. Product: CabinetConstruction Material: WoodColor: Weathered cream, gold and blueFeatures: Two doorsFixed interior shelf Dimensions: H x W x D

Nuporanga em São Paulo

Nuporanga em São Paulo

Driftwood Christmas Tree  with mini porcelain ornaments

Driftwood Christmas Tree with mini porcelain ornaments-- like the angel and star designs, use polymer clay or flour clay to make these?love the tree. Must look for driftwood on the beach and make one!

The unique wood-sculptures are created by a talented artist, using resin/clay and the indigenous Coco Pamosa’s palm fronds sculptured wood figure - TAMARA- FINISH IN NATURAL WOOD approx 30" tall (750mm) available at http://phasesafrica.com

~~ unique wood-sculptures - created by a talented artist, using resin/clay & the indigenous Coco Pamosa’s palm fronds sculptured wood figure - TAMARA -

Pottery Oaxaca Mexico by Ilhuicamina, via Flickr

These ceramic figures have been fired but have not yet been painted. Photographed at the workshop of Concepcion Aguilar in Ocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico